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a guarantee: a promise; a warranty, a contract
I have a guarantee on my computer. If anything goes wrong within the first 2 years, the company will fix it for free.

to guarantee: to promise, to ensure, to secure
I guarantee that if you pay for lunch, I'll buy you a drink next week!


  • "I guarantee you that with a bit of careful management, both the Sydney and the Wellington teams will enjoy some healthy competition."
  • "* guarantee not guaranteed"
  • "Refrigerator magnets are unaffiliated with Delavigne Corporation, and are not guaranteed to stick to refrigerators or other surfaces."
  • "Please note that we cannot guarantee the accuracy of these stories, but we do guarantee you will be shocked."
  • "I mean, 'Satisfaction guaranteed, or your money back'."
  • "* guarantee not guaranteed"
  • "With just a few minor tweaks and several hundred billable hours, we are fairly certain that the Delavigne Corporation can restore its reputation at least for a few months - that's the Slick Brand Solutions guarantee*."
  • "I can guarantee you it will blow the German market wide open!"
  • "Travelling to and from the nearest city is no problem, our airport shuttle service is guaranteed to take the same amount of time as the flight itself."

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